The White House announced Monday that President Trump has commuted the prison sentence of Ted Suhl, a former operator of a behavioral health company in Arkansas who was convicted on bribery and fraud-related charges in July 2016.
POCAHONTAS—Three local individuals, one of which was involved in a July 12 high-speed pursuit incident, were arrested July 25 on numerous felony counts including several recent burglary cases in the area.
POCAHONTAS—Rebecca Lynn O’Donnell pleaded not guilty on Tuesday to all counts in the murder of former Arkansas Senator Linda Collins during her arraignment at the Randolph County Courthouse.
Steve Shults, the Director of the Law Enforcement Training at Black River Technical College, will be the guest lecturer on Monday, August 5, at the Randolph County Heritage Museum as part of the museum’s summer lecture series. Lectures begin at 6:30 pm and are held in the Joe Martin Annex of the museum.
POCAHONTAS—The Randolph County Heritage Museum hosted the first installment of their annual Summer Lecture Series Monday night at the Joe Martin Annex where guest speaker, Carla Barringer Rabinowitz, spoke about the Bettis and Drew families who founded Pocahontas.